Sustainability

 

New Zealand green lipped

mussels are one of the most

environmentally sustainable species to farm in

the world. We are committed to

keeping it that way.

Sustainability

 

New Zealand green lipped

mussels are one of the most

environmentally sustainable species to farm in

the world. We are committed to

keeping it that way

 

Farming without

a trace

 

Mussels sequester carbon in their shells which makes them a valuable contributor to combating the harmful impacts of climate change. They are also highly self-sufficient. Unlike land or fish farming, mussels don’t require any additives such as feed or fertiliser to grow. Instead, they feed on plankton in the sea. And because they’re filter feeders, they clean the water, improving the overall health of the marine ecosystem.

Reducing

our footprint

 

To reduce the environmental impact of our

operations, we created Greenlab, our

in-house resource dedicated to continual

improvement in sustainability. As a team, we’ve

improved our recycling and waste management

processes and increased our energy efficiency,

while also eradicating any product waste by

drying discarded mussel shells and using

them as land fertiliser.

 

 

 

 

Reducing

our footprint

 

To reduce the environmental impact of our operations, we created Greenlab, our in-house resource dedicated to the continual improvement in sustainability. As a team, we’ve improved our recycling and waste management processes and increased our energy efficiency, while also eradicating any product waste by drying discarded mussel shells and using them as land fertiliser.

Reducing

our footprint

 

To reduce the environmental impact of our

operations, we created Greenlab, our

in-house resource dedicated to continual

improvement in sustainability. As a team, we’ve

improved our recycling and waste management

processes and increased our energy efficiency,

while also eradicating any product waste by

drying discarded mussel shells for use

as an organic fertiliser.

 

 

 

 

 

Reducing

our footprint

 

To reduce the environmental impact of our operations, we created Greenlab, our in-house resource dedicated to continual improvement in sustainability. As a team, we’ve improved our recycling and waste management processes and increased our energy efficiency, while also eradicating any product waste by drying mussel shells for use as an organic fertiliser.

Honouring

our community

As a key employer in the top of the South region, we provide and sustain a safe and productive work environment so our people can prosper. We’re proud of our work culture and everyone that helps make our company what it is today.

Sustainable Aquaculture

 

We’re a member of the New Zealand

Sustainable Aquaculture Programme,

a world-class sustainable management

framework that helps us improve

our environmental practices.